On the Rails (Machines at Work) download epub
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Machines At Work On T. .Each book in the QEB Machines at Work series focuses on a different type of machine: how they work, their most important parts, how people use them, and examples of unusual machines for specialized tasks.
Machines At Work On T. The easy to read text complements a wealth of full color photographs, while kid friendly facts capture children's interest and help them to understand the purpose and uses of many types of machines and vehicles.
by. Ian Graham (Goodreads Author). He has written more than 230 illustrated non-fiction books for children and teens, and contributed chapters to books including Dorling Kindersley’s Know it All and Big Ideas that Changed the World. He has a degree in applied physics and a postgraduate diploma in journalism. Other books in the series. Machines at Work (1 - 10 of 60 books). Mor. rivia About On the Rails. No trivia or quizzes yet. On the Rails' explains how trains work and are used, as well as taking a look at the biggest, heaviest and fastest machines.
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Showing how wheels help things move, the differences between gasoline and diesel fuel, and what a locomotive's insides look like, a full-color introduction to land machines features scientific explanations and experiments and activities. Издательство: Kingfisher Books. org to approved e-mail addresses.
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Ian Graham is a children's writer who has worked on subjects ranging from space exploration and transportion to forensic science. He is the illustrator of Giant Vehicles, Emergency Vehicles, and Trains, as well as The Story of Buildings and Into the Unknown.
The First Hippo on the Moon by Walliams, David Book The Cheap Fast Free Post. A truly interactive guide to how machines work. This fun, hands-on guide illustrates the principles of force and motion with colourful diagrams and twelve working machines to build - a must for budding engineers.